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  It’s an unfortunate reality that cyber-crime continues to evolve. No company is immune from attack and it’s not a question of if, it’s a question of when an attack will occur. Small companies often believe they are not on the “attack radar” as there is a perception that their data has less potential value...
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Recent world events in Ukraine have once again focused the business on the potential impact of cyber-attacks as a means of disrupting business.  This trend is particularly troubling for the automotive supply chain because the symbiotic nature of these relationships means one attack could ultimately interrupt product shipments for many companies.  Looking across the supply...
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It’s an age-old question what came first, the chicken or the egg?   This paradigm illustrates the challenge organizations face when contemplating a risk assessment.   Should they fix known issues before an assessment…or should they complete the assessment and follow the prescribed recommendations. It’s an interesting question. One that can be overshadowed by the internal team’s...
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  For any organization purchasing cyber insurance, understanding the variables that impact price and coverage is a wise investment of time.  Since the Covid outbreak began, insurance rates have escalated upwards of 400%, even for companies with no prior claims.  Beyond cost increases, the application process is more complex, the percentage of accepted applications has...
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On March 21, 2022 the President of the United States issued a statement directly addressing concerns about domestic cybersecurity.  With the Ukraine war now entering the fourth week, there is heightened anxiety about the escalating cyberattacks originating in Russia.  Beyond the physical attacks against the Ukraine nation, Russia has stepped up cyberattacks on countries that...
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The world is aghast watching Russia invade Ukraine, and it’s critical that the physical separation of these events doesn’t create a false sense of security for the US.   As the countries around the globe step up sanctions and impose restrictions on critical Russian resources, war will expand on a different front.  Cyberwarfare is nothing new,...
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In early October, Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco announced a Civil Cyber-Fraud Initiative to combat cyber threats in the supply chain. Efforts will focus on identifying defense and other government contractors that are not adhering to required cybersecurity standards. Read more about the announcement here – Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco Announces New...
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Every workplace has made changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. With employees struggling to balance changing business dynamics, many companies are pushing cybersecurity concerns down on the list of priorities. Deprioritizing cybersecurity is a mistake. The migration to work from home environments introduces new variables that increase exposure to malware attacks, phishing, and other cybercrime.  In...
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Over the last decade, the number of devices in homes has increased drastically. According to Deloitte, the average U.S. home now has 11 internet-connected devices. Due to COVID-19 and the increase of remote work and school, that number has likely increased in the last few months. As we bring more devices into our homes, it’s...
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As COVID-19 impacted operations for many businesses across the world, a work from home environment has quickly become a new normal for many employees. In WFH scenarios, company and client data is exchanged between desktop devices and servers that reside in corporate facilities or the cloud. How that data is managed in transit and at...
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